When your restaurant sits on one of the two or three best spots in the medieval centre of a town which praises itself for its history and charme (between other things) – don’t you have an obligation?
The location of the Tzatziki restaurant is priceless. In the historic quarter to the west of the river between the cathedral and the ancient water mill, in a converted cellar with a terrace overlooking the waterfall. Fantastic!
But they destroy it all with inconsistent service and bland food (to put it mildly), non- authentic non- inspiring, non- genuine Greek, and far far too salty. What a pity!
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